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Top 10 TIE Star Wars fighters, ranked

Star Wars can continue to divide fans on many fronts, but if everyone agrees on one thing, it’s that ships and vehicles remain great, even new ones. E.g, The Mandalorian instantly introduced the classic “Razor Crest”, which was the equivalent of an Airstream RV for Mando and ‘lil Grogu to visit the hot spots of the galaxy. When Crest suffered an accident that severely compromised his resale value, Mando took possession of a mid-crisis upgrade: a chrome-plated Naboo N1 star fighter so elegantly cheated that he managed the feat of making it almost impossible to do anything out of it. The Phantom Menace cold.

If one ship symbolizes Star Wars above all others, it continues to appear in both updated and classic forms in virtually every new addition (can be seen today in both Obi-Wan Kenobi and the trailer for Andorra), is the TIE fighter, the Twin Ion Engine fighter used by the Empire and later by the First Order. Designed for a single pilot (wearing the coolest flying suit ever designed), TIE fighter jets are used for combat and patrol, their speed and maneuverability making them the perfect foil for rebel ships like the X-Wing (though never, alas, Millennium Falcon). Here, we rank the top 10 styles of TIE fighters (yes, there are even more!), Depending on the coolness.

10. The classic TIE fighter

Classic Star Wars TIE fighter

I’m not nerece entries on our list, but something must be in 10th place, so we’ll place the iconic classic TIE fighter here. The ship is introduced to A new hope when the Millennium Falcon comes out of hyperspace into the newly beaten Alderaan asteroid field. Luke thinks he’s chasing them through hyperspace, but Obi-Wan correctly recognizes him as a “short-range fighter,” which means that a … “little moon” must be somewhere nearby for her to land.

Later, the TIEs follow the hawk in the famous gun port sequence (“Done, kid! Don’t be arrogant!”), Then engage with rebel ships during the space battle. Despite its poor performance in Death Star, the classic TIE appeared in almost all Star Wars movies and TV shows during or after the period described in the first movie. The force wakes up introduced a slightly modified version of the ship, with an additional antenna and a splash of red - clearly part of the enhanced TIE sports package available from a First Order dealer near you for 17,000 additional credits, which, Yes, I know, you could almost buy your own ship for that.

9. Darth Vader’s TIE Advanced x-1

Darth Vader's tie in Star Wars.

One thing Star Wars has always been good at is introducing new ships and environments in successive installments (“Better to sell more toys, my dear!”). This happens just before the end of the first movie, when Darth Vader jumps into a TIE to join the fight outside the Death Star (and conveniently be elsewhere when it booms) only to reveal that he has his own model. private! Of course, Darth would not have been caught dead in any of his cannon fodder, so he had a special version designed to advertise his alpha status.

It was never clear what Vader was doing inside TIE Advanced. Close-ups seem to show him putting his cap on a whiskey balloon - which, let’s face it, if someone could remove a touch and still throw a few Y-Wings, he’s a guy who’s remained extremely functional. after losing most of it. his limbs in a work accident. On the other hand, the Empire do what lose the fight. Just saying…

8. Major Vonreg’s TIE interceptor

Major Vonreg's TIE interceptor from the Resistance

Few are probably familiar with this TIE, as few have followed it Star Wars Resistance animated series, which Wikipedia assures me somehow ran for 40 episodes without anyone noticing much, and obviously chronicled the accumulation of First Order and Resistance in the years before the setting of the sequel trilogy.

The First Order officer, “Major Vonreg,” sounds like an ace in the German World War I flight, and, boy, he would have collected the killings by buzzing this thing over the Somme! TIE Interceptors are the Lamborghinis of the TIE fleet: elegant, fast and do incredible things for your ego. It comes in red (the major wears a matching flight suit!) And come on, who doesn’t want their Lamborghini in red? The ship earns bonus points to become a killer Lego set.

7. TIE Guild Mining Fighter

TIE Guild Mining fighter from Star Wars Rebels

It is TIE the guild of mines from Star Wars Rebels really louder than Major Vonreg’s TIE Interceptor? Speaking of Transformers, it’s like comparing the Volkswagen version of the Bumblebee to the fifth-generation Starscream fighter jet. You’re going to put that fighter to the test all day. But, like a Volkswagen, this TIE has a hippie appeal and will no doubt bring you better with cool kids.

The TIE Mining Guild has the distinction of being the only known “private” TIE fighter in the galaxy - one that is not in the service of the Empire or the First Order. The guild uses them to protect its operations and paints them yellow Herbie to distinguish them from the imperial TIEs, which tend to be hit by a lot of enemy attacks (literally). According to the Star Wars Rebels Wiki, “They also had a notch in their stabilizers, allowing for improved visibility at the cost of their maneuverability.” So, yes, that’s one thing.

6. TIE Advanced v-1 prototype

Advanced TIE prototype from Star Wars Rebels.

One of the great things about Star Wars Rebels - and there are a lot of great things about it - is that the show absolutely fetishizes the TIE Fighters, presenting them in all sorts of inventive ways. One of the rebel heroes, Sabine Wren, an artist and former imperial cadet, even steals a classic tie and turns it into an art project, painting it with yellow and orange blossom graffiti, which immediately neutralizes the toxic imperial masculinity immediately.

The TIE Advanced prototype has a sleek design with curved wings that can be folded over the cockpit when landing. It will also be forever linked to the introduction of the Inquisitors, the Jedi hunters who are so great that they deserved their own prototype.

5. TIE striker

Here's Rogue One's Striker
StarWars.com (Disney)

Rogue One was famous together in post-production, which explains why the absolutely stunning photo of rebel hero Jyn Erso facing a TIE fighter on a catwalk at the top of a tower was in the trailer, but not in the finished film. Let me give the directors some advice on the future of Star WarsS projects: NEVER PROMISE THAT YOUR HERO WILL FACE A DRAW FIGHTER AT THE TOP OF A TOUR AND THEN DO NOT INCLUDE HIM IN THE FINAL MOVIE. Sheesh, that sounds obvious.

Rogue One compensates by including a bunch of great new ships, including not one but two new TIEs: the TIE Reaper, which revolves around Death Troopers, which obvious they will not just take any old transport; and the sleek and slim TIE Striker in the picture above. Used against rebel attack in the Battle of Scarif, the Reaper has wings that fold up and down over the body, like Mynocks set for a Millennium Falcon table.

4. TIE Bomber

TIE bombers from The Empire Strikes Back.

About Mynocks, The empire is hitting back the cool Star Wars coefficient has increased by about a trillion compared to the first great movie already, including many of the characters, ships, and environments for which Star Wars became famous: AT-AT Walkers, Yoda, Lando Calrissian, Cloud City, Boba Fett, et. al. One of the fun things about the film is that it offers just a few glimpses of some of his greatest material: a short photo of the back of Vader’s scarred dome, bounty hunters on the bridge of a star destroyer, a Walker scout ( AT- ST) fleeing during the battle of Hoth. This approach made us, the children, lean forward in our chairs, salivating for more, which, of course, we would get … at the toy store.

One of the coolest attractions in the world Empire It’s the TIE bombers trying to uncover the Millennium Falcon by dropping bombs on asteroids where it could be hiding. The double body and curved Vader TIE battle wings were a great touch, but even more so was the way the ship contributed to the idea that the Star Wars world contained unexploited crowds. (How TIE bombers drop bombs in the absence of gravity remains a topic for another article.)

3. TIE Kylo Ren’s Silencer

Kylo Ren's TIE Silencer from The Last Jedi

Otherwise known as the ship he used to almost destroy his own mother (General Leia), Kylo Ren’s TIE Silencer is certainly the best named of all TIEs. Of course, the worshiper of the hero Ren had to follow in Vader’s footsteps and have his own TIE design. It could be argued that he froze the beauties with this beauty, an Interceptor with a predominant nose and long, weak wings with sharp edges, like Kylo himself.

The scene mentioned above in The Last Jedi, when Ren joins his First Order comrades in their mission to annihilate the remaining Resistance fleet, he shows some of the worst TIE pilots to date. Prince Tufts takes his ship in a high-speed rotation through a cannon of rebellious frigates, like a man eating G-forces for breakfast and then complaining that they were not filling enough.

2. TIE Defender

A TIE Defender of the Star Wars Rebels

TIE Defender made its first appearance in the immortal TIE Fighter home computer game from the mid-1990s Murder, she wrote and Walker, Texas Ranger. Fortunately, video games, comics, and novels quenched the thirst for Star Wars fans until special editions and prequels made everyone long for the days of video games, comics, and novels.

TIE Defender with three heads and six wings is also featured Star Wars Rebels (Of course!), Which has both its huge tactical advantages and the geometric beauty of the object. The ship even received its own episode, entitled “Flight of the Defender”.

1. TIE Interceptor

A TIE interceptor from the Return of the Jedi

The TIE Fighter The video game not only includes the TIE Interceptor, but also features it on the cover for obvious reasons: it’s the coolest TIE fighter! TIE Interceptor could not have asked for a better entry, introducing itself in what remains the best Star Wars movie in the world. In the Jedi’s return, after Admiral Ackbar utters his immortal warning: “It’s a trap!” the rebel ships retreat directly into a phalanx of interceptors who pile them up like piranhas released for a blood drive. It’s an amazing time, and no FX digital photo has yet improved its complex amazement.

Lucas knew that Jedi’s return would be the last Star Wars movie for a while, so it introduced about 37,400 new characters, ships, and environments to become toys before the Great Star Wars Christmas of 1983 (yes, I invented that). After almost 40 years, TIE Interceptor is still the coolest of them all.

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